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You have legal duty to protect the health of pregnant and breastfeeding employees. Here are five tips to ensure that you do...

by , 20 September 2015
As an employer, it's your legal obligation to ensure that the health of your pregnant and breastfeeding employees is maintained.

There are several tips you can follow to ensure this.

Here are five of them:

Tip#1:

Identify, record and review any possible risks to pregnant and breastfeeding employees.

Tip#2:

Identify, record and review any protective adjustments made in the workplace for pregnant and breastfeeding employees.
 
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Tip#3:

Identify all positions within your company that have little to no risk. Consider transferring any pregnant and breastfeeding employees to them.

Tip#4:

Tell other employees about the hazards to pregnant and breastfeeding employees so they can help them avoid any hazards in the workplace.

Tip#5:

Encourage employees to notify you of pregnancy as soon as possible so you can begin taking necessary steps as soon as possible.
 

So, there were five practical tips to follow in ensuring the health of all your pregnant and breastfeeding employees. So follow your duties and
make sure that their health is upheld and maintained.

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